Originally Posted by Dodens Grav
Worilds has a share of the team lead in sacks with one start this season. And don't forget that he was and possibly still is recovering from an injury just as much as Harrison. An injury that he played through last year. There's simply not a large enough body of work to place a firm judgement on him with regards to his ability to be at least a 3-4 year future at ROLB. But attempting to compare him to an All-Pro talent like Harrison won't help him any.
Worilds is great when he's healthy, but apparently he's never healthy. He's young and injured constantly. We CAN'T have our young guys being injury stricken constantly. That's too much. He needs to get healthy and stay healthy and make an impact on the game or it doesn't matter how many sacks he has. It kills me to see him constantly injured knowing he has the skillset to do every bit as much as Harrison and Woodley can.
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